Belfast Telegraph

Six injured as car smashes through Fermanagh shop window

At least six people have been injured after a car crashed through a shop window in Fermanagh.

The incident happened in Townhall Street, Enniskillen on Friday morning.

Fire and ambulance personnel are at the scene.

Inspector Keith Hicks said: “Police can confirm that a single vehicle has crashed through the window of a shop in the Townhall Street area of Enniskillen.

"At present it is believed there are six casualties. It is not believed that there are any life threatening injuries.

“Police and NIAS are currently at the scene.

“I would appeal to anyone who may have witnessed this incident to contact Police at Enniskillen on the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference 376 04/11/16.”

A Northern Ireland Ambulance Service spokesman said it was called to incident involving a car and a number of pedestrians just after 11am.

"Five patients have been taken to South West Acute Hospital and none are believed to be in a life threatening condition," a statement said.

The road has been reopened to traffic.

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